The Challenge:

Create an adult party game. 

The Opportunity:

Adult party games have been on the rise. Games on the market that fall into this category are games like Cards Against Humanity and Never Have I Ever. We saw an opportunity to move away from typical games bought in stores that use a board or cards. We created a game that could be played live at a bar or restaurant using coasters. 

 

Let's Play:

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Price Point:

 Our game is unique in that it would be sold on a subscription basis. Each week the content of the coasters would change and be shipped to the subscribing venue or game-hosting company.

Our game is unique in that it would be sold on a subscription basis. Each week the content of the coasters would change and be shipped to the subscribing venue or game-hosting company.

 We planned to launch our game here in Richmond because our city is a great test market. Game nights are popular and there is potential for expansion through restaraunts with multiple locations in Virginia, such as Capital Ale House. 

We planned to launch our game here in Richmond because our city is a great test market. Game nights are popular and there is potential for expansion through restaraunts with multiple locations in Virginia, such as Capital Ale House. 

The Future:

In addition to the game nights that can be played with our cards, we saw our game also living in the newspaper next to crossword puzzles and sudoku. After a few years of existence, our collection of games could be printed into puzzle books that people use when they are traveling or play to pass time.   

Team: Colin McCool, Emily Hudson, Lareina Liu, Chelsea Sams